This Saturday at Sundown, millions of Jewish people across the world will leave leavened bread behind for seven to eight days – depending on where they are located – to celebrate the Jewish holiday Passover, which is also informally called the Festival of Unleavened Bread.
To talk about the history behind the holiday and what celebrations will look like during the pandemic, The 21st was joined by the Rabbi of the Moses Montefiore Temple in Bloomington.
Rabbi Rebecca Dubowe, Rabbi at Moses Montefiore Temple in Bloomington
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